Royal British Society of Sculptors Public Art Award

Website: http://rbs.org.uk/awards/first108/

The Royal British Society of Sculptors announce that the 2017 FIRST@108: Public Art Award is now open for entries, providing an opportunity for sculptors to extend their practice into competing for public art commissions. The award is open to any artist working in 3 dimensions in any media who has not yet won a competition for a commission to create a work for a public space above the value of £15,000. The winning sculptor is awarded £10,000 towards the cost of producing a temporary public artwork for the RBS forecourt on the theme of ‘The Poetics of Structure’. There is an entry fee of £20.

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Expires: January 6, 2017


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